mammographic


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mammographic

adjective Referring to a mammograph of mammogram.
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A 2-year soy intervention in premenopausal women does not change mammographic densities.
The Clear Look package, available as an option for the company's Second Look 500 Mammographic CAD systems, is also available as an option on iCAD's category-defining Second Look 300 system for early detection of breast cancer.
"Vitamin D, calcium, and mammographic breast densities." Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev, 2004; 13:1502-1508.
The authors of Practical Breast Pathology assume the reader is familiar with mammographic images and pathologic specimens.
Is clinical breast examination an acceptable alternative to mammographic screening?
Reminder systems, both manual and computer supported, have been introduced into primary care offices, yet mammographic screening has not yet reached optimal levels.[19] This may be because the decision to order a mammogram is a result of a complex set of interactions that take place during the physician-patient visit and may include factors other than physician beliefs about screening or office dynamics.
The educational coordinator at the breast-cancer center told Sipe she was afraid that women would use the story as an excuse not to get mammographic exams.
"The percentage of the breast containing mammographic densities is a bona fide risk factor for breast cancer that is at least as important as family history," she says.
The women over 50 who answered that they never or only occasionally had mammographic exams were asked their reasons for not having regular exams.
As previously reported, Maxim analyst Jason McCarthy downgraded Atossa Genetics to Hold from Buy after the company announced results from its Phase 2 study evaluating topical endoxifen in patients with mammographic breast density.
(1) With increased utilization of digital breast tomosynthesis (DBT), DBT-guided vacuum-assisted biopsy (DBT-VAB) is now essential to biopsy mammographic abnormalities not well visualized on conventional full-field digital mammography (FFDM).
[8] Mammographic findings like parenchymal opacity, tissue traction, microcalcification, skin thickening, bloody nipple discharge and nipple retraction may all be suggestive of breast disease.